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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Look Good Feel Better

    The Look Good Feel Better Programme is a free cancer support service for women living with cancer. Groups of up to 10 patients are invited to attend a beauty workshop where they receive professional advice and guidance on how to cope with emotional and appearance-related side effects of their...
  • MAMA

    MAMA (the Meet A Mum Association) is a nationwide organisation which was launched in 1979 by Esther Rantzen and Woman magazine. It is now a registered charity aimed at providing a network of care to help all mothers and mothers-to-be. Details of their services are as follows. Groups can...
  • MATCH (Mothers Apart from Their Children)

    Self help group for mothers who for whatever reason live apart from their children. Please send sae for for details
  • Meet-a-Mum Association

    Sufferers from post-natal depression are, where possible, linked with someone local who has suffered
  • Menopause UK

    Early Menopause UK is a website for women who have experienced or are going through the menopause, but especially for those for whom it has hit early. The site, run by women going through the menopause, aims to offers support and advice to anyone wanting to know more, or find information about...
  • MIDIRS Informed Choice Leaflets

    MIDIRS Informed Choice leaflets offer a systematic review and critical appraisal of the best available scientific evidence. A portfolio of 25 clinically focused topics relating to pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and infancy is available to inform clinical decision making and support best practice...
  • National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome

    The National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome (NAPS) provides help, information and support to premenstrual syndrome (PMS) sufferers and their families. NAPS also works to promote a better understanding of the condition and its treatment. Members of NAPS have access to a range of information...
  • National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome

    Research on women who self-report PMS
  • National Centre for Adolescent and Adult Females with Congenital Abnormalities of the Genital Tract

    The National Centre for Adolescent and Adult Females with Congenital Abnormalities of the Genital Tract is based at Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital, part of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. The Centre offers help and advice to adolescent and adult females with congenital...
  • National Endometriosis Society

    We provide a free helpline that is available 365 days a year (0808 808 2227). The helpline is staffed by women with endometriosis and is a vital point of contact, enabling women and families to understand the condition and how to deal with their own situation. Often it is the first time a woman has...